Enjoy this little video celebrating our students who graduated Spring 2017.
Graduate Student Blog
The College of Education & Human Development announced that the GRE has been removed as an admission requirement for 22 CEHD master’s degree programs.
Welcome! We’re glad you’re here. Whether you’re new to the College of Education & Human Development or a returning student, we’ve got some tips to help you get through the semester and beyond.
We asked around and got some tips from the following folks:
Teachers can use these apps on their mobile devices or desktop
Urban educators make a difference in the lives of students from low-income families
Teach.com produced this informative animation that provides an overview of the four main steps involved to become a teacher.
If you’re interested in becoming a teacher, or want to advance your knowledge as an established teacher, please visit the Early Childhood and Elementary Education or Middle and Secondary Education departments websites for… more »
NVivo allows you to organize and analyze your qualitative data (e.g., interviews, surveys, audio/video recordings, etc.).
Zotero collects your research in a single, searchable interface and allows you to add PDFs, images, audio and video files, snapshots of web pages, and more.
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How did a professional with 20+ years of experience hide the fact that she couldn’t read from her employer?
Do you want a career that offers more than a steady pay check, stock options, cool furniture, and free meals? If so, you may want to consider a career as a K-12 educator or in the helping professions.
Below are the top five careers that ranked the highest according to the 2015 more »
“If they walk on their toes before they turn three years old, it’s considered normal. But after three years, if they still walk on their toes and don’t have any neurological or musculoskeletal diseases, then it’s considered ‘idiopathic,” Daniel Fanchiang, Kinesiology doctoral student explained.
“That’s why we call it ‘idiopathic’ – because we don’t know… more »